Bang, is correct, there should also be a light the lights up somewhere on the dash to let you know they are on, either a green or yellow courtisy light!superbang said:on the stick that you turn your lights on, and the spot where you actually turn the lights, you pull towards the door. well actually you turn the lights one and then you pull it out... it me a second or two to get it. hope this helps!
There is - this green one, in the display area just below the speedometer:Xtreme Thunder said:Bang, is correct, there should also be a light the lights up somewhere on the dash to let you know they are on, either a green or yellow courtisy light!
Yep, but I SHOULD mention that the photo I posted was a "stock" one.Xtreme Thunder said:Thanks Herley!!
I don't have a Caliber (yet) so I couldn't snap a shot and I couldn't find one!
My sales rep tried to show us how to turn the fogs on but i didnt have tehm installed yet so it was kinda pointless lol - i agreed to getting the mopar ones instead of the factory ones - they are finally installed now.orangecalibersxt said:In all honesty, thats something the dealer should have gone through with you before you first drove it off the lot. My dealer always explains all features of the car before you drive it off the lot. Its not just a sign and drive away thing. They'll even go to the dreaded DMV and get the plates for you so you don't have to stand in line and argue with the cranky people behind the counter.
When it's foggy.......LOL The truth is that your normal lights are at a higher plane then the fog lights, which can cause a nasty reflection back to you in foggy conditions(especiallly the high beams!!!!). since the fog lamps are shining lower to the ground, they won't reflect much light back, and light your way through the fog better than without(thay also light the way better in normal conditions). Like IBUILDCALIBERSUAW1268 said, they look cool too!!!!!Sleazy said:This may be a stupid question, but what's the point of fog lights? I have them on my Caliber because I took the dealer stock, but never used them. When are you supposed to turn them on?
Sometimes you cannot do a thing. If a deer jumps at the wrong time its a done deal. I had an encounter where I can't figure out how I didn't hit one. Very early in the morning, and going around a tight curve, multiple (I'm guessing five or so )deer standing across both lanes are in my headlights. I had no time to stop and barely time to react. I ended up missing them by tossing the car on instinct alone. My adrenaline was pumping and my breathing real fast. You know the feeling. I had fast reflex and luck on my side. A few seconds can make a difference and is better than no warning.ty_s said:if my lights are on so are the fog lights lets you see the deer for a few more seconds befor you hit it
still did not help